I was a little wary of the price tag, but Winters were getting a little colder earlier, so I sprung for this jacket - glad I did. Incredibly warm jacket. Fur lining the entire jacket and the sleeves which keeps you very warm. The only beef is that its a tough fit. I'm 5'9 145 and the small was a better fit, but the sleeves were to small, so I got the medium. Because there is so much fur, the peacoat looks a little bit bulky. Not a huge deal, but a little different if you want the classic peacoat look.
Coming from an old coaches jacket that didnt have much warmth or any pockets, this is leaps and bounds up. The fur lining is actually really warm, and with a hoody underneath could easily be worn on colder days. Media pocket on the inside, and buttoned pockets. All this + some nice style. This jacket is my current favorite piece. Some L1 may be a bit overpriced, but this is worth every cent.
Havent tested the waterproofing yet, but these are pretty decent pants. Fit exactly like a pair of Levi 511's, but can zip at bottom to fit over your snow boot. No longer do I need to tailor my jeans on those spring days. Stoked.
Just picked this beauty up in black and I love it. I am 5'9 145lbs and the Medium is a perfect fit.
The good: L1 has their style on point. The attention to detail is amazing and I love the military style that this jacket has. The black is more of a faded black then as dark as it shows on here. Love the look and the way the hood can zip into the collar.
The bad: I feel that 200$ is a lot of cash to pay for an 8k piece of outerwear. Yes I have used 8k throughout the Utah winters and never had any problems, but I feel this should still be a bit cheaper as it is just a shell. And maybe I'm retarded, but the string at the bottom doesnt seem to cinch or tighten - dunno if its just aesthetics or what. This jacket is prime for spring days and could be used during the colder winter months with a hoodie underneath. Who doesn't layer anyway?
Love this jacket. Perfect for spring skiing. Nice fit - long and slim so you dont have snow all over your ass, and enough room to tuck a hoodie underneath. Brown is definitely the way to go. L1 has a similar jacket coming out next season.
Absolutely sick puffy. Been gettin colder out here in UT so I picked this up and its chalked full of good shit. Super warm! I'm 5'9 145 and the Medium fits great. Long to cover my ass, and slim to not look all gaped out.
Coming from a guy who wore woman's Holden standard pant, I was expecting something similar. I am 5'9, 145 lbs and the mediums were huuuuge on me. Dogfunk didnt have a small in black, so perhaps that would have been a slimmer fit, but these were definitely more of a "slim" than a "tight." Not quite as tight as my Holdens or my L1 thunder pant.
Simple, cheap, low profile, snowboarding headphones. I use the icons every day I ride, and have been for years. They work fine to blast tunes on the mountains, but can be a little uncomfortable without a beanie. But hey, I bought these knowing exactly what I was going to be using them for, and they never fail me.